The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) is officially reopening the campus to face-to-face learning for Academic Year 2022-2023 on Monday, September 5, 2022.
The University is allowing more classes and activities to be held onsite but will continue to tap blended or flexible learning approaches for the school year. Officials inspected final preparations within school premises on Thursday.
- Purely F2F means all classes will be onsite
- For blended sessions, a three-unit subject will be split into 1.5 hours onsite and 1.5 hours online in a week
- For purely online, sessions may either be synchronous or asynchronous.
General education courses will be delivered purely online, while laboratory classes may be conducted through blended mode or face-to-face.
All other courses may be delivered via blended learning, while major examinations will be done face-to-face.
Graduate classes will be delivered purely online, except for specific subjects requiring laboratory work. Thesis and dissertation defense, as well as comprehensive examinations, may be held face-to-face.
Students are reminded to bring their printed Student Enrollment Record or valid ID, wear masks, observe minimum health protocols, and to accomplish health declaration forms.
“We at PLM are excited to welcome back more of our students inside our campus. We are right on track towards uninterrupted quality learning after more than two years of COVID-19 restrictions,” University President Emmanuel Leyco said.
“We remind our students, faculty, and staff to still observe minimum health protocols to prevent the spread of infections.”
The PLM’s Crisis Management Committee also approved the conduct of onsite activities for and among students.